5 Good Reasons Not to Modify Your Car

5 Good Reasons Not to Modify Your Car

Did you just buy a new or used car and are thinking about modifying it? Sure, that sweet Toyota Corolla you just bought would sure look good with a lowered suspension and some aftermarket wheels. But have you thought about just keeping it stock instead? We know, that’s boring. But here are five reasons why keeping the car like it was from the factory could be a better idea.

1. Modifications can hurt your car’s value, not help it

5 Good Reasons Not to Modify Your Car
The lowered suspension of a modified vehicle. | AFP PHOTO / OLI SCARFF

Are you thinking about adding an exhaust or an aftermarket intake to your Honda Civic in order to squeeze a little more power out of it? How about a supercharger? Either way, those modifications won’t actually help your car’s value when it’s time to sell it. The truth is that most buyers aren’t into modifying cars. So if you plan to sell your souped-up Honda Civic and think that you’ll get what you paid for those modifications, think again.

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